Friday, March 26, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - March 26, 2010

  • Ryan the Calvinist lists some podcasts worth listening to.

  • Another (i.e. the same, old, tired) argument against Calvinism.

  • Dr. James Galyon reviews When Grace Comes Home, a book he calls "one of the best works dealing with practical theology in relation to the doctrines of grace."

  • One young blogger wraps up a brief overview of the five points of Calvinism.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

The Reasons for My Lack of Blog Posts

I have three very good reasons for not posting more frequently. Here they are, in no particular order:



Going from zero to three children in six months doesn't leave one with much free time. I hope to post more about that here in the near future, but you can catch some of the details on our family blog under the tags "China adoption" and "Haiti adoption."

Friday, March 19, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - March 19, 2010

  • Al Mohler on apostate pastors.

  • Is FAITH the new TULIP?

  • Mark Driscoll offers three steps to being missional.

  • An appreciation of Calvinism from a non-Calvinist.

  • David Mathis at DesiringGod.org reminds us, "Don't limit your understanding of God's absolute sovereignty to five points in a mnemonic device (TULIP). Do start there, or at least cover that terrain in due course, but know that there is so much more to the full biblical worldview sometimes called Calvinism."

Friday, March 12, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - March 12, 2010

  • Bobby Grow considers himself a "progressive dispensationalist," but he can still appreciate the amillennial approach.

  • On this the Seeking Disciple and I agree: "We can debate Arminianism and Calvinism but in the end, the glory of God demands that we worship, exalt, and declare His glory alone above all others."

  • A Unitarian Universalist (i.e. non-Christian) claims, "For better or for worse, Unitarian Universalism wouldn't exist without John Calvin."

  • Breaking news from TBNN: North Korea declares war on Calvinism.

  • The 75 Best Dressed Men of All Time, according to MSN, has John Calvin listed at number 52: "Because the most famous minimalist in world history knew a man didn't need expensive clothes or bright colors to convey authority. Black and white, worn with the requisite gravity, can be powerful and intimidating. Just look at the Secret Service. Or the Reservoir Dogs."

Friday, March 05, 2010

This Week in Calvinism - March 5, 2010

  • Jim thinks that if Jonathan Edwards were alive today, he would be accused by modern Calvinists "of not understanding the doctrines of grace."

  • Allen Yeh offers a Calvinist apology.

  • Ken Pulliam, Ph.D., paints John Calvin and, by association, Calvinists in general as genocidal maniacs.

  • Arminius on repentance and faith.

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